You’ve heard her verse on “Can I Get A…” with Ja Rule and Jay Z for the “Rush Hour” soundtrack, and may have seen her Beyoncé-featured video “I Got That” one or two times on MTV, but did you know this female rapper had an unreleased album a year following her underrated debut album?
Shortly after the release of her first project “A.M.I.L.: All Money Is Legal” (2000), former Jay Z understudy Amil went M.I.A. on the rap scene… that is until various unreleased recordings in between her lengthy break opposed that theory.
In 2001, Amil would sign to former Murda Inc. affiliate Tru Stylze’s production company BellRingaz and piece together a sophomore album that would never see the light of day. Some tracks lifted from the project leaked by way of the internet, including what was to be dubbed as a “buzz” single from the effort: “Goin’ Down 2nite”.
The party record narrates Amil’s wants for bumpin’ and touchin’ in the club, and accumulates a freaky bassline made courtesy by Stylze. Check the record here: